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in long island and parts of new york city and connecticut and maine. more than 30 inches of snope. close to three feet in portions of connecticut. it is it impressive snow totals. 30 inches in long island and new york city close to a foot. many people can't get their cars out from parlegal parking on the streetings is it the largest snowfall in new york city. amm areings getting significant snowfall. boston it is it still snowing. wee could have record-setting snowfall . seeing significant forecast out there. portland, maine 29.3 inches. thises the newest record as far as the largest snowfall so far and continuing to see more in that city. temperatures uma, will be cold for today. a lot will not be melting. high temperature over in hartford, and 30 in new york city . tonight it is it frigid in the single digits. >> we hear that there is it storm coming our way in the next couple of days? >> that storm is out west and could produce blizzard conditions in north central . we center blizzard warnings out there and another storm in the stouths. that could produce severe weather and tornados a
up and down a 40-mile stretch of the eastern section of the long island expressway. vehicles littered the roadway, and the exit ramps, making clearing that much more difficult. 53 miles east of manhattan, long island's busiest highway turned into a vehicle wasteland. >> everyone knew this storm was coming. why hasn't -- why weren't they prepared for it? >> reporter: here and throughout long island, dozens of drivers needed to be rescued. some suffering from hypothermia after spending the night in the bitter cold. four-wheel drive helped, but it wasn't always enough where new york looked like alaska. cars abandoned friday night were plowed under or drifted shut. as this trucker discovered before dawn, exits were no route to safety. >> they clean the service road but they don't clean the highways. >> reporter: more than two feet of snow proved to be too much for mere plows. this job required the heavy equipment. comparatively, new york city weathered the blizzard well. >> oh, wow! >> reporter: returning to its hurried pace by midday. >> we've gotten through this, looks like we dodged a
from the new york city area. you have the snow from long island, connecticut, rhode island, on into boston area and into maine, as well. we believe there will be acc accumulations there. at one time, we were getting five to six inches per hour in connecticut. with a blinding, driving wind of almost hurricane-force. you have five inches of snow coming in the boston area. we believe you would have five to eight, depending on how light and fluffy that snow continues to be today. how about a wind forecast? 80-mile-per-hour winds in martha's vineyard. that's more than hurricane-force winds in this event. connecticut, 76-mile-per-hour winds. long island, 60-mile-per-hour winds. in long island, we have reports of hundreds of cars, stranded. we have the l.i.e. shut down. people were out in the storm and got trapped. their cars got stuck. we got a big traffic nightmare going out on long island at this hour. and a quick look at where this storm goes for the rest of the day. you can generally see that the idea is to pull this low up and out. there will still be snow. there will still
on the storm, right now, nearly 100 cars trapped on new york's long island expre expressw expressway. no word on when they will be rescued. a car accident killed a 74-year-old pedestrian in new york state. most warned others to stay off the roads. >> it just took us ten minutes to drive three blocks. that's how bad it is. >> we've seen a couple accidents. seen a lot of people getting stuck. >> it's pretty bad out here if you don't have 4-wheel drive, you shouldn't be on the road. >> it has knocked out power to customers, mainly in massachusetts. rhode island has the second most outages. frustrated flyers waking up in airports. logan airport is closed. so far, airlines canceled 5,300 flights through today. the massive storm as seen from space. noaa released this photo before the storm ens phied and grew even larger. let's get the latest from the forecast and snow totals from nbc meteorologist bill karins who had a long night. good morning to you. >> good morning, alex. wouldn't it be nice if one of the forecasts didn't live up to the forecast and hype? are we say these storms are coming and th
electricidad y automóviles se quedan atrapados en la nieve. >> en long island continúan las labores de limpieza , asi están las calles con mucho hielo, este pueblo esta sepultado con mas de dos pies de nieve, long island se llevo la peor parte y sus residentes pagaron el precio. >> las calles principales lucian asi con una capa de hielo. >> no han limpiado bien las calles. >> en la autopista todavía quedan estragos de la nevada. >> la policía los rescato esta mañanaa de sus vehículos y otros dejaron sus carros en la autopista. >> una grúa se lo llevo de aquí anoche. >> camiónes de las empresas electricas iban a las residencias donde habían problemas electricos. >> varias gasolineras estaban cerradas o no tenían gasolina. >> estaba difícil encontrar gasolina. >> en la quinta encontré. >> mañanaa de 7 a 5 de la tarde va a cerrar la autopist aprincipal. >> vamos ahora con eduardo rodriguez. >> hablábamos del fenómeno y ahora hay que preocuparse por lo que viene detrás. >> el lunes gran parte del noroeste del país espera otra tormenta. >> estamos hablandoo de las capas superiores
. and hundreds of cars now stuck in that snow on long island on the long expressway and sunrise highway. the roads are closed now to just about everybody except those emergency vehicles. police say nose have been rescued but still some are stranded. we'll have an update from long island in always ji fjust a few >>> it knocked out power to 600,000 households and businesses across eight states. winds are gusting in some places 70 miles an hour. that won't help and, that, of course, is tearing down the tree limbs and power lines and leaving families in the dark and bitter cold. massachusetts is hardest hit. at this particular point, that is. >>> in rhode island, more than 800,000 customers don't have electricity, more than a fifth of its population. poppy harlow is there. >> reporter: i wouldn't like to do it with anyone but you, good morning, marty, good morning, america. many of you waking up, millions of you to a complete whiteout what we have here in providence, rhode island. i want to take a second trip to pan our camera and show you the whiteout conditions we've had since 10:00, 11:0
. connecticut, 76-mile-per-hour winds to 82-mile-per-hour winds. long island, 60-mile-per-hour winds. in long island, we have reports of hundreds of cars, stranded. we have the l.i.e. shut down. we have the southern state parkway shut down. people were out in the storm and got trapped. their cars got stuck. we got a big traffic nightmare going out on long island at this hour. and a quick look at where this storm goes for the rest of the day. you can generally see that the idea is to pull this low up and out. there will still be snow. there will still be blizzard conditions in those northern areas, up until 1:00 this afternoon. the winds will stay high and gusty. we're going to have 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts for a while longer during the day today in those extreme northern new england areas. and those winds, anywhere from 20 miles an hour to 60 miles per hour, will continue to blow the snow, even after the snow stops falling. so, you're going to have whiteout conditions later on this afternoon. the best thing i have for you -- the best advice i have for you, in areas like new york city, wher
that will not take days, but weeks. >>> part of new york's long island expressway will stay closed today as crews continue to clear the cars, and rescue workers could not get to them, and hundreds were rescued by snowmobile after waiting as long as 12 hours. and yesterday forklifts helped to move the cars so they could plow. >>> new york airports are letting some flights land after their runways were buried in a foot of snow. and the airport finally re-opened last night, but very few flights are coming or going. across the country, flightaware.com says airlines cancelled more than 153 flights because of this storm. sthaoeufplt and looking for a man that stabbed a man and woman inside lost society overnight. it's a khraub on 14th near u street. and the man and woman stabbed were taken to the hospital. >>> and discolored water because of a water main break in laurel. derrick ward is at the scene with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. if you take a look over my right shoulder here, you can see the construction area of where this happened and it's now the focus of repair efforts. it was about 4:
of that storm and how long it has taken people in staten island to get back on their feet. i guess a little bit of a blessing they didn't get hit harder and as much snow as we did here in providence. thank you very much. marty, back to you now in atlanta. >> thank you, both, very much. we want to check in now with the manager of a walmart out there in long island. you may have heard there were a lot of people stranded on the highway. but first, we're going to go to renee marsh? is that what you're telling me? at reagan international airport. go ahead, renee. >> reporter: good morning, martin. since this all began, we can tell you that nearly 5,000 flights have been canceled. and we're seeing the ripple effect here at reagan national airport this morning. i want to check out the boards and look at the situation. new york, canceled. you can see the situation doesn't look very good for those going to new york, portland, maine, canceled. a total of 83 arrivals and departures canceled today out of dca. the majority of those flights, i can tell you, it is because of weather situations here. now, as f
at the long island expressway by the snow friday. the highway was closed to clean up ahead of the workweek. robert moses has an update for us right now. good morning, robert. >> patti ann, good morning to you. we saw amazing pictures on the front page of the new york times of those cars stranded on the long island expressway. part of the lie just reopened. all westbound traffic as you can see behind me is now back open which is significant because that makes the commute intoyork drivers in eastern long island. however, eastbound lanes as you can see here eastbound traffic being diverted off the road way behind me here. that snow cleanup continues. armada of plow trucks. that's the best way we can describe clearing the lie yesterday which became a graveyard for many cars. on our trip out here we saw a car still buried up to its roof on the long island expressway. again part of the road is still closed this morning no word on when it will reopen. new york state has sent one-third of the snow removal resources here to sufficieolk county. that's the latest from long island this morning. patti
, inches in the 30s. even on long island, stoney brook, 27.5 inches thus far. worcester, mass, 27.5. boston, 21. new york city getting about 11. big difference there. 11.4 in central park. paramus, new jersey, new jersey, vermont, new hampshire, everyone in on the action. up in long island, as well, long island, 30.3 inches. so certainly very substantial. no doubt about that. but the end is in sight. so the snow's winding down. the winds are winding down. now the sun's up. you can see what's fallen. you see here's new york state. the northway, the thruway clearing up now. and western massachusetts, western connecticut, new york city, done for you. eastern end of long island. suffolk county still seeing snow but nothing as heavy as we've seen. you see where it's brighter here. that's what we call bright banding where the snow coming down more in earnest. more dynamic lifting happening there. that's where the two to three inches were. predominantly right like this, a stripe. that's what allowed for those 30 inches. that's how it just adds up. but you see as we move through today and in toward
>>> i have never seen anything like this before and it's another blow to long island. we had hurricane sandy, now this storm we are dealing with. >> a major digging out in the new england states after a massive storm covers the region with up to 3 feet of snow. hello, everybody, i'm bruce johnson, thanks for joining us, that record storm packing hurricane forced wind gusts has crippled the northeast. a if foot of snow in new york, up to 3 feet in bridgeport, connecticut. we'll have more on that in a bit. on new york's long island, drivers had to be res crewed from their vehicles after getting stranded. at least four deaths are being blamed on this storm. >> people from new york, straight up through new england, are digging out. after a nor'easter dumped more than 3 feet of snow in some areas. >> we have a snow blower, so my husband is somewhere in the neighborhood cleaning other people's houses. >> highways turned into parking lots overnight. emergency crews moved in to rescue dozens of people forced to spend the night in their cars on new york's long island. in connecti
are close to running on normal schedules today. crews on long island worked through the night to clear off the snow from the long island expressway in time for this morning's commute. the storm knocked out power to more than 650,000 homes and businesses in eight states. >>> police are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a murder of an elderly capital heights woman. >> the 71-year-old woman was found inside her home saturday afternoon. sue rae he chin has more. >> reporter: long time friend joseph cromwell would help his elderly neighbor get around. >> she was a very nice woman. i used to take her to the store, take her to go get her medicine. when i heard this, it really blew me. >> reporter: detectives are talking with neighbors of 71-year-old geraldine mcintyre. >> right now we are passing out flyers. it is a cash award flyer. >> reporter: police got a call if a welfare check and discovered mcintyre suffering from upper body trauma. she later died at the hospital. >> it is all investigation as to the suspect the motive things of that nature. >> this is thou
trucks worked on the long island expressway, one of new york's busiest after close to 3 feet of the snow. at the height of the storm some drivers had to abandon their cars. others spent the night on the roadway. >> i got through the night starting the car every 40 minutes, getting some heat. >> reporter: driving bans put in place across the region during the storm have been lift bud for many it doesn't matter. snow has buried cars. >> what aim going through at this moment is like hell. i work in brooklyn and i had to call in a couple days now to let them know i cannot come to work. the snow is like a mountain. >> reporter: hard hit boston school is closed today. >> we opened several community centers for kids to go to and their parents. >> reporter: northeast airports are operating close to normal schedules. over 5,000 flights were canceled at the height of the storm. the monster blizzard which brought some of the highest snow consume layings ever recorded is blamed for at least 15 deaths in the northeast and canada but the governor of massachusetts says it could have been so much worse.
of countless stories. drivers trapped in their cars. abc's john schimriffen on long island tonight with drivers stranded. >> reporter: dozens of cars cemented in snow. here on long island, some areas were pummelled with more than 3 feet of snow dropping drivers like sebastian who was trying to get home from work. >> you have been sitting here the whole time? >> no food, no drink. no nothing. >> reporter: have you called anyone for help? >> i'm trying to reach the police now. >> reporter: firefighters are out here doing the best. but mother nature isn't cooperating. . >> the condition is still worse. lot of snow drifts. >> reporter: those traveling by train didn't fare much better. with amtrak cancelling rides for a second day in a row between boston and new york. passengers waiting for the first flight out. tonight, new york area airports are open with limited service. but here on long island, this truck driver is just one of many tonight still trying to get home. next time you hear a storm is coming, do you think you'll try to drive through it? >> never, ever. ly never do this again. >> report
, long island, new york's long island up through massachusetts. almost impossible travels there tomorrow into saturday. in the meantime in maryland cloudy conditions and what we anticipate as the start of rain source, potentially mixing with snow, light showers, mainly west of the chesapeake but heavier rain eastover night as that storm continues to pass off shore. there will be wrap around snow as we go past the evening. this is where we get into dicey weather for maryland. especially from baltimore north and east. cecil, hartford and kent on the eastern shore. it blows out saturday but there could be accumulation in the wake of this thing, couple of inches worth especially for cecil as we go into the saturday morning time frame. two storms, one big one and that's of the core the coastal runner out of the carolina's, a texas low, northeast, that secondary low coming in. creating a sort of a winter bomb if you will how we call them. this one north of long island. for maryland on that cut off and it'll be a sharp cut off. we won't see the huge snow totals but 20 inches plus. this will be
there in long island. you may have heard there were a lot of people stranded on the highway. but first, we're going to go to renee marsh? is that what you're telling me? at reagan international airport. go ahead, renee. >> reporter: good morning, martin. since this all began, we can tell you that nearly 5,000 flights have been canceled. and we're seeing the ripple effect here at reagan national airport this morning. i want to check out the boards and look at the situation. new york, canceled. you can see the situation doesn't look very good for those going to new york, portland, maine, canceled. a total of 83 arrivals and departures canceled today out of dca. the majority of those flights, i can tell you, it is because of weather situations here. now, as far as the airports go and those areas that are really hard hit, we do know that many of the airlines say they'd like to resume those flights starting today. we also know that in really, really bad areas like your bostons, we're not going to see any kind of activity until maybe about sunday. now, here at reagan national, we got a chance to
tell you i'm standing alongside one very, very angry long island sound. take a look out here. you can see the waves whipping up. the gusts are starting to come at us now. you get a perspective from the light just how fast and hard the snow is starting to fall. >> reporter: the roads are already horrible. >> the roads are so bad right now that i would honestly rather walk than drive. >> reporter: this section of i-95 in connecticut was shut down and even the plows are crashing. this one flipped in bedford county, virginia. in new york, long lines and fears of fuel shortages like after superstorm sandy. >> there is no need to panic buying gas for your cars. all indications are the gas supply is plentiful and deliveries will not be disrupted. >> reporter: at the airport, at least 4,500 flights canceled through sunday and delays felt as far away as los angeles. in boston, getting off the roads and home was most important. >> my concern is about the power. >> i heard we might get a foot or two. so it sounds like the blizzard of '78 which i grew up hearing my parents talk about. and it may
: terrell brown, thank you. also snowed in was new york's long island. and its main artery the long island expressway. from new york city the lie stretches eastward to river head, nearly 71 miles away. carrying an average 210,000 vehicles every day. except for yesterday, when nearly the entire eastern half was buried, strapping hundreds of cars. as of early this evening, the highway was still closed. tony guida has more. >> reporter: on a good day new yorkers call the traffic-choked long island expressway the world's longest parking lot. saturday was definitely not a good day. scores of cars marooned along the 70-mile roadway and adjacent highway by blowing, drifting snow. so many that police had to maneuver on snowmobiles and use forklifts to clear the vehicles. >> if they would have had a plow we would have been home already. >> reporter: priscilla arena stranded in her snowbound car feared she would die. on loose leaf paper she wrote what she thought would be her last words to her family. >> i thought we were going to freeze to death. >> reporter: after 12 hours she was rescued. this mo
from the long island expressway are, trying to get one another of the busiest expressways open and ready in time for monday morning's commute. in hartford connecticut, marley hall, wjz eyewitness news. >>> 11 deaths in the u.s. are being blamed on the storm. three more people have died in canada. here in maryland it's a different scene. let's take a live look outside. it's a sunny day. meteorologist bernadette woods is live with an updated look at t warning live doppler radar. it was so nice to see that sun today. felt like we haven't seen it forever. >> it was beautiful out there. and temperatures starting to creep up closer to average around the region today but that's going to change tomorrow because of the next storm system moving our way. temperatures starting to drop somewhat. 37 degrees in baltimore. 40s in the west and 40s to the south. we're not going to drop all that much tonight. at the same time a new storm comes our way and notice in garrett county and along the maryland border there a freezing rain advisory is going to go int
long island sound. you can see the waves whipping up. you can see how fast and hard the snow is falling. >> reporter: the roads are already horrible. >> the roads are already horrible. i would honestly rather walk than drive. >> reporter: this section of i-95 in connecticut was shut down and even the plows are crashing. this one flipped in bedford county, virginia. in new york, long lines and fears of fuel shortages like after superstorm sandy. >> all indications are the gas supply is plentiful and deliveries will not be disrupted. >> reporter: at the airport, at least 4,500 flights canceled through sunday and delays felt as far away as los angeles. in boston, getting off the roads and home was most important. >> my concern is about the power. >> i heard we might get a foot or two. so it sounds like the blizzard of '78 which i grew up hearing my parents talk about. and it may be our turn now. >> reporter: diane, the worst of it is just getting under way, it go through the early morning hours. we've had a 50-plus miles per hour gust. i have the goggles and i'm going to need it here. as w
through the night to clear a stretch of new york's long island expressway and have city-bound lanes open this morning for rush hour. the l.i.e. is the main way into the city from long island. so we are all over this big digout. indra petersons is in long island, george howell is in hamden, connecticut. we begin in boston where the big concern is power outages, how to get all of those folks out. indra, good morning. >> good morning. yeah, today it is also about getting back to normal. we still have 120,000 people this morning without power. temperatures are cold. tons of snow is on the ground. huge heaps of snow. today we have a snow emergency and school is still closed as the city takes one more day to clean out the snow. what you mentioned earlier is a weather charge today. a warm front is pushing through. highs will be in the mid 40s. a lot of the snow is expected to melt. before we get there, we will talk about more snow, several inches is possible and even freezing rain. so everyone is trying to get to work this morning. not seeing too much out here. it looks like people are listenin
's in providence, rhode island. ron, good evening. >> reporter: hey, brian, good evening to you. long before the teeth of this storm fully clamps down on new england later tonight, its bite was being felt and the discomfort, well, it spread all over. a 19-vehicle pileup this morning in southern maine was among the earliest indications that today was going to be trouble. luckily, only minor injuries. >> what you see there, is a tractor-trailer on i-84 that has flipped on its side. >> traffic got topsy-turvey in connecticut, too. and signs of things getting worse before getting better were just about everywhere throughout the storm zone, as power trucks await the calls of duty from as far away as ohio. >> i'm asking the general public to make decisions that are wise. >> reporter: officials again repeated warnings for people to stay home and out of the mounting mess. >> i guess mother nature is making up for last year. >> reporter: yielding to fleets of snowplows, making room for emergencies. in rhode island, a slow start for accumulations quickened by afternoon. massachusetts and connecticut g
of massachusetts, not cape cod, but parts of rhode island. we operate the system on long island for the long island power authority, and we have a big chunk of upstate new york. so the good news for upstate new york, is that we have no problems up there. on long island, there are approximately 13,000 customers without power. massachusetts, approximately 150,000 customers without power. and rhode island has about 170,000 customers without power right now. >> i have to ask you, how long do you think it will take, with all these trucks and teams at your disposal, how long will it take to get the power back on? >> it's a little early to make predictions because we're still at the height of the storm. but what i can tell you is that we have an army of crews here. we brought tons of extra crews in from outside. and we prestaged them around the service area where we suspected that the hardest hit areas might be. and from what we've seen so far, it's been primarily along the coast, both in rhode island and massachusetts. so as soon as the winds die down tomorrow and it's safe to get out there, we will have
happened, long island expressway. people trapped. what more do you know? >> if you look at the map behind me, up to new york has 22 inches of snow. this is suffolk county. you talk about islip and all the way to montauk. we knew this area was getting pounded by snow. that's where the slow-down, we know cars were stopped on the freeway, and even the fire department couldn't get them because the snow was so deep. probably because the drifts are so deep. snow mobile was going out to get them. that was from the emergency manager of suffolk county. >> is the worst of this over? >> i think it's close. i think the low pressure is as close to ali as it's going to get. it's almost like when i watch ali and the wind comes and goes, it's almost like watching him in a hurricane where an outer band will come by and the wind will pick up, then the outer band will leave and the wind completely stops. that's what it feels like to me. that low will be close to him for the next three hours. by 4:00 a.m., 5:00 a.m., it starts to move away. the wind for him shifts direction. so he's going to be shifting dire
of long island where that is all about to change. then we remain all know all night long, about 5:00 in the morning we clear things out towards new york city. but we remain all snow up towards boston until around afternoon hours tomorrow. take a look at how cold it is behind us though. temps are going to be so cold in places like new york and long island had that very thick layer of slush on the ground before. well, that's all going to freeze and we have got a very rough one for most of the day tomorrow where we don't get above freezing. tomorrow night temps are going to be down right cold for most in the single digits. low teens. all of that is going to continue to freeze, shep. >> shepard: what are you predicting for accumulations, rick? >> it hasn't changed a whole lot. the boston area two foot total by the one is done. we are still saying around 7 to 8-inch or so of additional accumulation. we have already had a couple of inches in and around the area. but boston you put that at 22.8, that puts you at your fifth snowest snow storm ever. right in that range of one of their bigg
for long island and up the maine coast. connecticut is reporting very high snowfall with a few locations over 30 inches, some nearing 40. portland, maine, 29.3 inches, breaking the all-time record of 27.1 inches. goes back to 1979. boston's logan national airport got almost 22 inches of snow. now to air travel. all airports are open in new york. but commercial flights will be running on a delayed schedule. nearly 4,800 flights have been canceled. united airlines canceled the most followed by delta, usairways, jetblue, and american airlines. now to the power. some 650,000 customers without it in the region. most of them in massachusetts. massive outages also reported in parts of rhode island, connecticut, new york, and maine. coastal areas of massachusetts are under a mandatory evacuation order. the state's emergency management agency fears widespread flooding from the towns of sandwich, residents in scituate are already reporting rising water. and the long island expressway and sunrise highway are closed to all nonemergency vehicles. hundreds of cars stranded on the expressway because of
to gary tuckman in staten island all night long. gary, so far, how much snow are you seeing? >> reporter: brooke, all night, all afternoon, all morning we've been here. when we started the day there was absolutely no snow whatsoever on the streets, sidewalks, on the grass. there's a plow coming. i want you to take a look at this plow for a second. the reason i wanted to point it out, they have come down the street in the last three hours probably about 30 times. you may say why do they come down here 30 times? number one, we're here. number two, no one wants to ignore staten island anymore because what happened on this street in this part of staten island was nothing less than devastating three months ago when hurricane sandy came. we need to point in that direction again so we don't get hit by him. in staten island, 23 people died. that is more than 50% of the entire total population who died in new york city during hurricane sandy in october. this borough was devastated. staten island is used to being ignored because it's the smallest borough and it is not being ignored anymore. they'r
, these people stranded in long island. long island expressway. you see them out. this is where we're talking about. this is the news we got from suffolk -- excuse me suffolk county police there's hundreds of car, first time we heard a number. hundreds of cars stuck across long island and including on the l.i.e. since this started and the number of stranded people, they say, exceeded the number of tow trucks and crews because of the weather so a lot have been recovered. many are still out there right now. stuck. suffolk county pd say authorities are doing everything they can to make sure everyone is warm and i'm getting to higher risk people first and no clear numbers on that. we'll be on that story throughout the rest of the morning and day. meanwhile, ali velshi has been out in the thick of things. i though a lot of folks enjoy watching what he does. here's a twitter handle in the middle of the night. ali velshi, let me assure you he loves these kinds of things and put him on cape cod, the easternmost points, one of the hartest hit area with thousands were plunged into darkness. here he was
with the long island expressway, but the roads when you get to our airport, we're very conscious of the fact that they have to be ready as well. and we have a whole team that has worked all night long in keeping our roads in good shape. >> susan baer, thank you very much. very positive outlook coming to us from the major airports and the new york port authority. thank you. >> you're welcome. bye. >>> thank you very much for starting your morning with us, on what can be a difficult morning for many people as they try to struggle through all of what is happening with the snow that's coming down. let's go right now to ashleigh banfield from darian, connecticut. ashleigh, how are you? >> reporter: well, it is very, very snowy here, marty. i was taking the drive because the media was allowed to be on the roads last night but everybody else wasn't. between greenwich, connecticut, and darian, connecticut, on that 95 corridor as you look at your map all the way to new haven and beyond. and i have never been on a freeway like that, with five cars over the course of about a 45-minute drive, driving ab
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